Welcome Guest! Sep 20, 2014 - 11:00 PM  
Homepage  |  Downloads  |  FAQ  |  Forums  |  Gallery  |  WebLinks
Main Menu
Online
There are 14 unlogged users and 0 registered users online.

You can log-in or register for a user account here.
  

Topic: Karl

The new items published under this topic are as follows.

<   1112131415161718191101111121131141151161171181191192193194195196197198199200201202203204205206207208209210211212213214215216217218219220221222223233243253263273283293303313323333343353363373383393403413423433443453463473483493503   >

B-52s, Jesca Hoop, Best New Bands, Cutout Bin, Raging Bull   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, August 20, 2010 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

THE WEEKEND STARTS HERE:

...with THE B-52s!  Granted, the quirky combo from Athens, GA, has had a long and storied career, but we'll stick to the early stuff this weekend.  So, from the self-titled debut, classics "Planet Claire" "Rock Lobster" and "Dance This Mess Around." And from the sophomore LP, Wild Planet, "Party Out of Bounds," "Give Me Back My Man", "Private Idaho" and "Dirty Back Road."  BONUS: "Song For A Future Generation," because it's the first song I heard them play live.

GORILLAZ stopped by Morning Becomes Eclectic for a session.

RUFUS WAINWRIGHT also stopped by Morning Becomes Eclectic for a session.

JESCA HOOP stopped by OPB for a chat and mini-set in audio and video.

SHARON VON ETTEN gets a twofer from World Cafe: Next.

ELVIN BISHOP stopped by the World Cafe for a chat and mini-set.

THE 50 BEST NEW BANDS OF 2010, according to NME, with videos -- or via a Soundcloud.

OF MONTREAL backed actor Paul Rudd and actor-director David Wain on Boston's classic "More Than A Feeling." 

THE ACORN: Rolf Klausener talks to Prefix about the changing of the group, the difficulties of writing No Ghost, and how location influences his songwriting.

ELF POWER: Andrew Rieger offers his thoughts to Prefix on Vic Chesnutt, the band's upcoming album (dedicated to Chestnutt), and the power of the collective model.

AMANDA PALMER gets a lengthy profile at The Phoenix.

AN ALTERNATIVE TOP 10 GUITAR LPs, from PopMatters.

THE 23 GREATEST SCI-FI SONGS, according to Paste.

THE WIT & WISDOM OF JOHN MELLENCAMP: "I think the Internet is the most dangerous thing invented since the atomic bomb."  Also, "the China-Russians or something" will be taking over the country.

CUTOUT BIN: From Tom Waits to Dire Straits, from Drive-By Truckers to Dramarama, from the Beatles to the Roots, from the Dead Milkmen to Roadside Graves, plus the Modern Lovers, Iggy Pop, Wilco, the Jam and more -- this Friday's fortuitous finds are streaming from the Pate page at the ol' HM.

NOW SHOWING: This weekend's wide releases include Vampires Suck, which opened Wed and is currently scoring 04 percent on the ol' Tomatometer; Nanny McPhee Returns, which is scoring 80 percent; Piranha 3-D, scoring 78 percent (on a handfull of reviews; caveat emptor); The Switch, scoring 44 percent; and Lottery Ticket, at 33 percent.

LINDSAY LOHAN: Doctors overseeing her court ordered rehab have recommended to the judge overseeing her treatment that she spend no more than 30 days at UCLA Medical Center.  They have concluded she does not suffer from the drug or psychiatric problems that were previously diagnosed.

JESSE JAMES is indeed dating Kat Von D.

JENNIFER ANISTON & CHER are among the alleged victims of an alleged credit card scheme under investigation by the Secret Service.

HEIDI MONTAG is downright furious with Spencer Pratt's new claim that he plans to write a tell-all book about her private life - and is now threatening legal action to stop him.

BETTY WHITE is writing a couple of books.

IRAN: The Revolutionary Guards Corps announced that if attacked it will respond by targeting its enemies' interests around the world. Germany charged two people with shipping rocket supplies to Iran. A member of the Iranian parliament said Iran will not back down from its nuclear program in the face of a US attack.

AFGHANISTAN: Women and children seem to be taking the brunt of the violence directed by a resurgent Taliban, which will only stoke more concern about the wisdom of seeking reconciliation with the hardline Islamist group.

IRAQ: As the United States military prepares to leave Iraq by the end of 2011, the Obama administration is planning a remarkable civilian effort, buttressed by a small army of contractors, to fill the void.

RAGING BULL: Let's go to the video.

THE SQUIRREL THREAT knocks out phones in Iowa City.

10 BLACK BEARS and a RACCOON guard a pot farm in British Columbia. No wonder they jones for the pic-a-nic baskets.

KANGAROO on the lam in Austria.

798 Reads

Of Montreal, Peter Wolf Crier, Wrens, Baby Otter   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, August 19, 2010 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

OF MONTREAL drops a video for "Coquet Coquette."

PETER WOLF CRIER played a Tiny Desk Concert at the offices of NPR.

THE WRENS drop a demo for "Crescent," which will appear on a New Orleans benefit project.

COCOROSIE did five free songs for Daytrotter.

JOY DIVISION, Live in Paris, Dec. 18, 1979.

TOMMY STINSON (The Replacements, Guns N' Roses, Soul Asylum) stopped by The Current to talk about charity and music.

BONNIE 'PRINCE' BILLY and Susanna Wallumrod tackle Nilsson's "Without You." 

THE HOLD STEADY: Craig Finn reminisces about his Hardcore youth, and a bit about more recent debauchery.

SMASHING PUMPKINS: Billy Corgan talks to SPIN about the band's resurrection, new album, and future plans.

TV on the RADIO: Dave Sitek talks to Billboard about his solo record: "I was trying to make Madonna's first record," Sitek says, punctuating the statement with a giggle.

BLONDIE drummer Clem Burke explains how Saturday Night Fever is sort of a punk-rock story.

25 SONGS about obsolete (and soon to be obsolete) technology.

JESSICA SIMPSON wishes she had smaller breasts and have a bigger butt. Brain size left mentioned.

SANDRA BULLOCK is offering words of welcome as her ex-husband Jesse James prepares to move to her adopted hometown in Texas. James has been... wait for it... caught canoodling with Kat Von D. Tattoo shocka.

ROBERT PATTINSON & KRISTEN STEWART were... wait for it... caught canoodling. Our long national nightmare is over.

HILARY DUFF has a prenup, and it's likely that hockey hubby Mike Comrie might have wanted a pre-nuptial agreement more than she did.

MARILYN MANSON & EVAN RACHEL WOOD are dunzo. Again.

LINDSAY LOHAN's dad has been cleared of second degree harassment charges stemming from the alleged attack on his now ex-fiancee Kate Major.

HIP-HOP's CASH KINGS, according to Forbes.

IRAN: Russia defended Iran's debut of the Bushehr nuclear reactor. US officials visited Lebanon to address Iran sanctions. Tehran will unveil new weapons systems at a government event.

AFGHANISTAN: Gen. Petraeus talks about what redeployment might look like in 2011.

IRAQ's political elite, empowered by the American invasion and entrusted with the country's future, has begun to deliver a damning critique of itself, a grim harbinger for a country rife with fears of more crises, conflicts and even coups as the American military withdraws.

BABY OTTER swimming lesson.

MIND-CONTROLLING PARASITES date back millions of years. Khaaan!

THE SWARM trapped a Wake County Sheriff's Deputy in his car for hours.

THE BIRDS: An inquest is looking at what part multiple pigeon droppings played in the demise of a man in Sydney who was crushed to death by a shop awning. That's beyond high anxiety.

769 Reads

New Pronographers, Murder by Death, Frazey Ford, Cats & Dogs   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, August 18, 2010 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

SHORT DAY TODAY: There is a shocking lack of celebrity tabloid tripe.  But hope springs eternal that someone will get arrested soon.

CYMBALS EAT GUITARS play Superchunk's "Detroit Has a Skyline" for The A.V. Club Undercover.

THE NEW PR0NOGRAPHERS stopped by the World Cafe for a chat and mini-set.

MURDER BY DEATH (which NPR associates with the "No Depression" brand of Americana) played the World Cafe Live last Friday; you can stream the whole gig on demand.

FRAZEY FORD played a Tiny Desk Concert at the offices of NPR.

ALL SONGS CONSIDERED: Tracks from Isobel Campbell and Mark Lanegan, Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr., Queens of the Stone Age and more feature in the latest installment of the long-running series.

AEROSMITH: "Train Kept A-Rollin'" At least until Midnight.

SONIC YOUTH: Thurston Moore and Kim Gordon are interviewed on VBS.tv

THE BASEBALL PROJECT: The never-not-awesome Scott McCaughey (also of the Young Fresh Fellows and touring member of REM) talks to the Jersey Journal about our national pasttime and idie rock.

A.A. BONDY talks to the Dallas Observer about the limits of labels.

KILLING JOKE: Jaz Coleman gives The Quietus a track-by-track tour of Absolute Dissent.

MATTHEW DEAR talks to Pitchfork about the music he loved at five-year interval points in his life.

PINK FLOYD is offline.

CATS & DOGS, eating peanut butter... Mass hysteria!

LEGENDARY CARP goes belly up at age 45.

STRESSED CHICKENS go eggless after a forced move.

OWL BAN OVERTURNED by public demand.

883 Reads

New Releases, Ra Ra, Riot, Robyn Hitchcock, Pug Swim Meet   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, August 17, 2010 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

ARCADE FIRE played "Month Of May" And "Ready To Start" on the Daily Show, and I greedily withheld it until Twofer Tuesday.

NEW RELEASES: Albums from Brian Wilson, Ray LaMontagne, Les Savy Fav, NOFX, John Mellencamp, Lissie, Matthew dear and more are streaming this week at Spinner.

RA RA RIOT is advance streaming The Orchard.

ROBYN HITCHCOCK has a free single from The Hungry Moment  to download this week. (Thx, Ken!)

MY MORNING JACKET has a new song, "Circuital," floating around teh Internets.

BACHMAN-TURNER OVERDRIVE: "You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet."  Because it's summer. Plus, cowbell.

JOHNNY ROTTEN talks to the Independent about insulting Hollywood's elite, why he's chosen gardening over amphetamines, and the real reason he didn't make Malcolm McLaren's funeral.

MORRISSEY listed his 13 favorite albums for The Quietus.

DAYTROTTER founder Sean Moeller gets profiled by The Atlantic.

PITCHFORK - and founder Ryan Schreiber - are profiled by TIME.

MAD MEL UPDATE: The California Highway Patrol says Gibson crashed his Maserati into a Malibu hillside but was not injured. Meanwhile, Mel has been spared the eyewitness testimony of the babysitter who saw his rage first-hand - the same woman who the bigoted actor labeled a "wetback" - because she has passed away.

LINDSAY LOHAN will indeed be getting out of the UCLA Neuropsychiatric Hospital ... as early as this week.

MICHAEL DOUGLAS has a tumor in his throat. He is expected to make a full recovery.

ZSA ZSA GABOR: Asking for last rites at the hospital.

ANGELINA JOLIE will reportedly play Marilyn Monroe in a film adaptation of The Life and Opinions of Maf the Dog, and of His Friend Marilyn Monroe.

KATIE HOLMES is profiled by New York magazine.

JULIA ROBERTS vs. Kim Kardashian. Or something.

MY TOP 30 ZOMBIE MOVIES: A guide at About.com.

IRAN plans to begin construction of 10 uranium enrichment centers across the country by next year, state-run media is quoting Iran's nuclear chief as saying.

AFGHANISTAN: A man and a woman who allegedly had an adulterous affair have been stoned and killed in the northern province of Kunduz.

PUG SWIM MEET: Let's go to the video.

THE DOG ate my petition.

RUNAWAY HEIFER captured in Ahwatukee, AZ.

A GIANT, SPIT-SNIFFING RAT could save your life.

701 Reads

Edward Sharpe, Kings Go Forth, Beach Fossils, A Clockwork Corn   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, August 16, 2010 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

YEASAYER snagged Kristen Bell for their strange "Madder Red" video.

EDWARD SHARPE & THE MAGNETIC ZEROS play a mini-set at the UBS Forum for The Current.

KINGS GO FORTH stopped by The Current for a chat and mini-set of classic-influenced soul.

BEACH FOSSILS do the four free songs thing for Daytrotter. The Boston Globe hails their lyrical nolstalgia and lo-fi production.

CADILLAC SKY goes beyond bluegrass for the World Cafe.

SMITH's smokin' cover of the Bacharach-David-Dixon classic, "Baby, It's You," will be familiar to fans of Quentin Tarantino's Death Proof.

BON IVER: Justin Vernon tells Pitchfork about working with Kanye West and Gayngs, plus a bit about his next LP.

ARCADE FIRE: The New York Times examines the inevitable charge of selling out.

BLITZEN TRAPPER: Eric Earley talks to Westword about Portland's reputation for producing musical talent and how one of his band's songs ended up on Chuck.

RICHIE HAYWARD, drummer and founding member of Little Feat, died Thursday from complications surrounding liver cancer and pneumonia, which he had been battling since 2009. He was 64. 

THE 50 BEST FICTIONAL BANDS, according to Paste.

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: The Expendables top the chart with a better-than-expected 35 million (thought the reaction the trailer got in theaters should have let the gurus know). Eat Pray Love placed with 23.7 million, which is the best Julia Roberts opening (not counting ensemble movies) since America's Sweethearts in 2001.  Last weekend's champ, The Other Guys, dropped to the third spot with 18 million on a 49 percent drop that looks more like a typical cop buddy movie than a leggy Will Ferrell comedy.  Inception drops to the fourth slot with 11.3 million, but will break the 500 million mark worldwide this week.  Scott Pilgrim vs the World rounds out the Top Five with a slightly disappointing 10.5 million debut -- roughly matching a prior Michael Cera flick, Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist, but with a larger budget to recoup.

SCOTT PILGRIM vs THE WORLD, btw, was plenty entertaining, as long as you aren't expecting anything deep.  Director Edgar Wright (Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz) brings his usual snap and wit to the adaptation of the cult comic, adding the visual punch of comics (and classic video games) in a manner exceeding the CGI flourishes in Zombieland.  Michael Cera and Mary Elizabeth Winstead are their usual charming selves, well-supported by a cast including Anna Kendrick, Ellen Wong, Kieran Culkin, Brandon Routh and Jason Schwartzman.

LINDSAY LOHAN's mom says the actress will be moving away from California and back to New York after she gets out of drug rehabilitation -- which is likely to be early (shocka).

NEIL PATRICK HARRIS and his longtime partner, David Burtka, are going to become the parents of twins, via a surrogate, this October.

HILARY DUFF & MIKE COMRIE got hitched.

KATY PERRY crashed a high school prom. Alcohol may have been involved.

SHANIA TWAIN is in the running to be an American Idol judge.

SCARLETT JOHANSSON & RYAN REYNOLDS have bought a 2.8 million home in the L.A. area.

BRIGETTE BARDOT is furious over plans to produce a film based on her life.

IRAN Supplying the Taliban With Missile Tech? Meanwhile, Tehran appears to be quietly changing the sentences of Iranians awaiting death by stoning to hanging after international outcry following the case of Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani, a 43-year-old mother of two.

PAKISTAN: The US military has stopped lobbying Pakistan to help root out one of the biggest militant threats to coalition forces in Afghanistan, US officials say, acknowledging that the failure to win better help from Islamabad threatens to damage a linchpin of their Afghan strategy.

THE SQUIRREL THREAT: A Clockwork Corn.

...AND NOW FOR SOMETHING COMPLETELY DIFFERENT: Luntik, the four-eared kitteh.

NY CAT FASHION SHOW: They will rise up against the humans. It's only a matter of time.

SEWER RATS tunnel in through a toilet in Akron, OH.

TOAD-LICKING at a Davenport, IA, restaurant.

820 Reads

<   1112131415161718191101111121131141151161171181191192193194195196197198199200201202203204205206207208209210211212213214215216217218219220221222223233243253263273283293303313323333343353363373383393403413423433443453463473483493503   >

Home  |  Share Your Story  |  Recommend Us